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Snapchat Screenshot Notification May Be Disabled In iOS 7

Initially overlooked by many reviewers of the latest beta of iOS 7, Apple has reportedly removed the ability for users of Snapchat, Facebook Poke, and other ‘self-destruct’ photo services to notify photo senders when someone has taken a screenshot of their sent image. Let’s say that you have sent a funny photo that you only [...]


These Graphic Designers Redesigned iOS 7 [Gallery]

There’s been endless debate about the new look for iOS 7 since Apple showed it off for the first time earlier this month. Some love it, some hate it. Regardless of which side you fall on, it’s undoubtedly the biggest change we’ve seen to the general UI of iOS since it launched on the first [...]


Arrested Development’s “Fakeblock” App Now Available For iOS And Android

Stair car. Never nude. Banana stand. Candy beans. If any of these items are remotely familiar, you can consider yourself an Arrested Development fan. The popular television show that was cancelled after its third season in 2006, much to the sadness and confusion of critics and fans alike, regained steam over the years that followed [...]


This Is What A Larger iPhone Would Look Like [VIDEO]

The Apple rumor mill has continuously cranked out murmurings of a larger iPhone since, well, the beginning of time. Not until the iPhone 5 last year did any of those rumors actually play out with the 4-inch display. And yet, the rumors (and demands) for an even larger phone continue. Personally, I don’t see this [...]


What’s The Difference Between Instagram Video And Vine? [VIDEO]

Instagram announced Thursday that its app would be upgraded to allow 15-second videos to be posted to users’ accounts. One of the first questions many asked in social media as a result of the announcement was how Instagram Video would compare to Vine, the current king of short-form video social media outlets. Following the announcement, [...]

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Fascinating Maps Show Distribution Of iPhone And Android Users In Heavily Populated Cities

Gnip, a social media data company, created an interactive map that displays all geo-tagged tweets since September 2011, down to the city level. The data collected includes over 2.7 billion data points. Gnip says the breakdown of Android and iPhone owners correlates to wealthier and poorer parts of each city. Here’s s a look at [...]

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New York Times To Limit How Much You Can Read For Free On Phones And Tablets

If you’re a frequent reader of the New York Times, a new change goes into effect next week that will limit how many articles you can read on your mobile device without paying for a subscription. Beginning one week from today, June 27, the New York Times will only allow mobile users to read 3 [...]


iOS 7 “Today” Feature Takes Direct Aim at Google Now

It could be argued that Apple’s latest WWDC consisted entirely of answering criticism and competition. That is not necessarily a bad thing, just signals that Apple is listening and is not going to let many things get past them. That was definitely evident with the introduction of the “Today” tab that can be accessed in the notification [...]


The Best Of The Suggested iOS 7 Icon Redesigns

There is a saying that goes “not everyone with a camera is a photographer”. I feel like that can be expanded to “everyone with Photoshop is not a graphic designer”. Still, that hasn’t stopped dozens of design jockeys from taking a stab at designing their own versions of Apple’s controversial app icons to see if [...]


Here’s How To Demo iOS 7 Without Downloading It To Your iPhone

Want to try out Apple’s iOS 7, but don’t want to hassle with the incomplete beta version? has created an interactive mock up online that lets you try out some of the signature features we saw in last week’s WWDC. You can see everything from how the new Music app looks to what’s new [...]

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